Prerequisites GCE Account When you create an account in GCE and you will get $300 worth credits. Gcloud SDK : Google cloud command line tool Kubectl : Kubernetes command line tool Go to the Google compute engine and create a Kubernetes cluster as below. Based on your requirements, change the machine type and the number of cluster … Continue reading Create a Kubernetes Cluster in GCE in 5 minutes
Minikube is a tool which helps to setup a single node Kubernetes cluster in your laptop. This is helpful for the users who do developing and testing in a Kubernetes. Continue reading Why not tryout Kubernetes locally via Minikube?
Setting up a Kubernetes Cluster in your machine is very easy with vagrant. By default this setup will have one master node with one minion node. If you need to increase the number of minion nodes or any of the configurations in master node or minion nodes, you can change those in the Vagrant file … Continue reading Setup a Kubernetes Cluster in Your Machine
For the first time, WSO2 organized a virtual hackathon on 25th September, 2015. The target audience was big data enthusiasts around the world and a team can have an Architect and a developer. From the registered teams, only 10 teams selected. The hackathon was based on the DEBS 2014 Grand Challenge, which the data were … Continue reading WSO2 Virtual Hackathon 2015 Overview
Setting up a Kubernetes cluster on EC2 is easy and I followed the article in . When following that, I faced some problems. So in this article I will go through those with troubleshooting guide. Following are the steps you need to follow. 1. Install and configure Kubectlin your local machine. Kubectl is the client … Continue reading Setup A Kubernetes Cluster On EC2
In my previous article in , I have discussed about the approach I used for analyzing BPEL and Human Task events in WSO2 BPS with WSO2 BAM. This article is about how to add the event listeners to WSO2 BPS and configure both WSO2 BPS and WSO2 BAM in order to monitor statistics through WSO2 BAM … Continue reading How to add BPEL and Human Task Event Listeners to WSO2 Business Process Server (BPS)
The previous article in  explains what are the statistics that are going to monitor in WSO2 Business Process Server (BPS). WSO2 BPS generates two kinds of events for both BPEL and Human Task events. So I wrote two event listeners in order to capture those generated events. BPEL event listener captures BPEL related process … Continue reading Approach for analyzing BPEL and Human Task events in WSO2 BPS with WSO2 BAM